Is ECG Safe For Pregnant Women?

With pregnancy comes a lot of caution. You just can’t do anything you want to with your body because there’s another tiny human being inside that will get affected.

What if you have a heart condition and that needs to be checked? Is ECG safe for pregnant women?


Yes. Doctors say ECG or Electrocardiography is safe because the process does not involve radiation or any chemicals that might affect your baby. As a matter of fact, many women go through ECG tests due to palpitations.

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One Response to Is ECG Safe For Pregnant Women?

  1. Geraldine says:

    I had an ekg at 10 and a half weeks and my baby died very soon after it, possibly the next day.
    There was no trauma and I did nothing unusual around this time.
    Everything else had been perfect.

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